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2 Chronicles 2:5—5:8
Have you ever wondered why God included some of the things He did in His Word? For example, why didn’t He tell us more about creationand fewer details about how to build the temple and how to decorate it? We’ll hear the answers to these questions and more as we travel the pages of 2 Chronicles 2-5.
2 Chronicles 1:1—2:5
What makes a man or nation or church great? That’s what Dr. J. Vernon McGee is talking about in our study of 2 Chronicles. Join us as Solomon takes the throne and prays for wisdom. Will God grant him this desire?
1 Chronicles 28:11—29:30
What’s the greatest prayer in the Bible? Dr. J. Vernon McGee says David’s Kingdom prayer in 1 Chronicles 29 certainly should be among those we consider. Hear David’s final words and see Solomon crowned as king.
1 Chronicles 24:1—28:11
David’s plans for the temple are well underway, but there is still much to be done. Travel with us through God’s Word as David organizes the people and calls the leaders of Israel together for one final message.
1 Chronicles 22:10—23:32
Let’s keep in step with God and do something that is alive and moving! That’s the inspiration we’ll hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee in 1 Chronicles 22-23. Don’t miss this exciting study that covers the preparations for the building of the temple and David naming Solomon as his successor.
1 Chronicles 21:14—22:9
God’s mercy. That’s what we’re talking about in this study. Come along and see David repent and learn about the rest, peace, solace, and quietness of soul that God offers each of us.